In 2008, Malin Broman was appointed Concert Master of the Swedish Radio Orchestra. Since taking up her position in Stockholm, she has been invited as Guest Leader by such orchestras as the London Symphony Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Mahler Chamber Orchestra and Philharmonia Orchestra, London.
After regularly directing the Swedish Radio Orchestra she is now in demand as musical director/soloist. In that role she has appeared with Scottish Ensemble, Nordic Chamber Orchestra, Gävle Symphony Orchestra, Västerås Sinfonietta, Trondheim Soloists and Oulu Sinfonietta, Lapland Chamber Orchestra and ACO Collective (Australia).
From 2015-2020 Malin was the Artistic Director of Musica Vitae Chamber Orchestra. Together they toured and recorded extensively, premiered over 20 works, collaborated with actors, dancers and performed at the Nobel Prize Cermony. From 2019 she took up the post of Artistic Director of Ostrobothnian Chamber Orchestra in Finland, succeeding Sakari Oramo. She recently directed the Swedish Radio Choir and the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra in an all Haydn programme - the first time that the two ensembles have worked together without conductor.
First week of the Corona lockdown the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra found itself without a conductor and performed Beethoven Symphony number 3, Mahler and Stenhammar songs with Peter Mattei in a very emotional concert directed by Malin. Deutschlandfunk later made a documentary about this concert. https://www.deutschlandfunk.de/corona-konzert-blickkontakt-mit-dem-bariton.1988.de.html?dram:article_id=477513